Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: The land of Enchantment
• Horses: 0
When I see a spot of thrush, I pick, brush, and then rinse the sole w the hose. Then spray lysol (the really stinky red kind that you dilute a few ounces into a gallon), scrub, and rinse again until it is super clean. I alternate lysol w proviodone day to day. After either "santizing" treatement, I put the standard desenex/triple antibiotic salve on it or neem oil cut w vaseline or glycerin...either of which I am sure would work as a moisture and antifungal barrier for cracks, too. I am sure what others have mentioned works just as well...that is just what I do, it works well and it will not kill live tissue.
There is just as much horse sense as ever, but the horses have most of it.